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First time at the Canal

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Hello everyone, complete newbie here. I've been lurking around this forum for a while now trying to get as much info as possible. I showed up at the ditch totally undergunned(in knowledge and equipment) but I knew that. I didn't get so much as a nibble. I think I wasn't letting the lure sink enough. The fish were in there because I saw a guy walking up the steps with a striper that went from his waist to his ankles. Anyway. I had a great time just being there and looking forward to figuring the place out. After I was done fishing I took a walk from the Sagamore parking lot to scusset beach and found dozens of possible fishing locations.

 

Just a quick question. I've been looking around the internet for more info on slack tide at the canal. I stumbled on this site.

http://www.mobilegeographics.com:81/locations/956.html

 

Does anyone here use this site or think it is accurate??

 

Also, maybe this happens all the time but it blew my mind. I saw a deer jump into the canal and swim to the other side, jump out and disapear into the woods.headscratch.gif

 

Thanks

Mike

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There are canal tide charts on the Army Core of engineers site. It shows the current turns, high and low tide at various places on the east and west end.

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